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August 8, 2009 at 10:27 PM #40434OmtechParticipant
I need to know how I can install my software in my PC so that is can be convenient for Video Editing.
Here is the feature: Windows XP Proffesssional version 2002 service park 2
Intel (R) core (TM)2 Duo CPU
E4500 @ 2.20 GHz
2.20 GHz 2.00 GB of (DDR)
4 USB root hub
Ports (COM1) & (LPT1)
My C. Hard driver 160 GB & my D. Hard driver is 160 GB
My Graphic card details:
AdaptreRADEON X300 SE (0x5B60), ATI Technologies Inc. compatible
Adapter DescriptionRADEON X300/X550 Series
Adapter RAM256.00 MB (268,435,456 bytes)
INF Fileoem0.inf (ati2mtag_RV370 section)
Color Table Entries4294967296
Resolution1680 x 1050 x 60 hertz
I have a Firewiere card and my NLE is Adobe master colletction CS3., Pinnacle 12 and particle illusion.
I want to format my PC and install it but I doubt there can be a better way to install and partition the hard driver so that the PC can run smothly.
Can someone guide me to intall my PC profetionally?any help will be much apreciated. you can PM me to give you my email adress if you want to help me.
God bless you.
August 9, 2009 at 5:59 PM #173648AnonymousInactive
So why do you want to partition the drive? If you are trying to make it act as a separate drive (like you should have when editing video), partitioning will not accomplish this. It just means that logically there are 2 separate drives… not physically. You need to get a separate drive to put all of the videos on and basically use for storage, while all system and software files are on another.
Is this a new computer? If yes or no, Backup all your data, insert your reinstall disks and choose “Erase all data” which basically reformats your drives. This wil give you a fresh install. If you really want to partition it, I think you can do it from here. But I’m not 100% on that.
If you just have a WIN XP disk. I know you have the option to partition because I do it all the time that way.
Hope this helps a little.
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